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Baltimore Travel Guide

From the Inner Harbor to Little Italy, there's no shortage of things to do in Baltimore. See dolphins at the National Aquarium, stay in a historic hotel or feast on world-famous Maryland blue crabs.

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American Visionary Museum

This museum showcases works of art by self-taught artists. Treasures include a life-size interactive chess set of sculpted metal (made to resemble angels and demons) and an outdoor 55-foot-tall wind-powered sculpture, WhirliGig.

800 Key Hwy
Baltimore, MD 21230

 
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Edgar Allan Poe Grave and Memorial

Revisit the life of this poet of the macabre (and one of Baltimore’s most famous exports). Leave a penny on the wordsmith’s grave, in what has been tradition since the 1870s.

Fayette & Greene Streets
Baltimore, MD 21201

 
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Inner Harbor

A major seaport hub since the 1700s, Baltimore’s Inner Harbor now stands as the center of the city’s tourism; the National Aquarium, Maryland Science Center and dining and shopping options are all located nearby.

Inner Harbor, Baltimore, MD

 
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Little Italy

From outdoor movies to bocce games, this charming neighborhood celebrates all things Italian. But what truly makes “Piccola Italia” worth a visit? The food! You’ll find 30 restaurants here, from Vaccaro's Pastry Shop to Sotto Sopra. Mangia!

Little Italy, Baltimore

 
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Maryland Science Center

Located in the Inner Harbor, the Science Center consists of 3 floors of interactive exhibits, as well as an IMAX theater and planetarium. No matter what your age, you’ll find something new to learn -- and amuse you -- on every visit.

601 Light St
Baltimore, MD 21230

 
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National Aquarium

This is the city's No. 1 tourist attraction, with over 1.6 million visitors a year. Home to more than 16,000 creatures, the aquarium's most popular attraction is Dolphin Discovery, where visitors can watch dolphin training throughout the day.

501 E Pratt St
Baltimore, MD 21202

 
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Sport Legends Museum

Located in Camden Yards, this museum profiles Maryland’s prolific sports history. See artifacts and exhibits from Baltimore’s sports legends, from Babe Ruth to Cal Ripken.

301 W Camden St
Baltimore, MD 21201

 
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Walters Art Gallery

This once-private collection of art spans 55 centuries, with works from around the world. Treasures include Greek sculpture, Art Deco jewelry and 19th-century French Impressionist paintings.

600 N Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21201

 

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